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Old 12-15-2010, 12:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm working on a diy project on redoing the body and stuff. Its a pos gun so that's why im using it but I realize that i need a longer barrel. Unfortunately i don't know the threads and im just wondering whether there's anybody here who does?
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Old 12-15-2010, 12:10 AM   #2 (permalink)
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A Winchester what? Durango paintball gun or something real steel?

The Durango is Spyder threaded.
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I don't know what model it is but the body is plastic. it cocks from the rear and has an external velocity adjuster in the rear. the hopper is going off to the right and the tamk connects to the bottom...
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My Brass Eagle Raptor barrel fit right into my Winchester, so find an old BE Raptor compatible barrel. I think that the F4 Illustrator may have had the same threads, but I'm not sure.
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The raptors were spyder threaded.
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Old 12-22-2010, 01:49 AM   #6 (permalink)
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The raptors were spyder threaded.
Nope. Raptors were the same thread as the Illustrator... the F1 for sure, I'm not sure if they ever changed the threading for the rest of the Illustrator series.

Spyder Barrel To Raptor Marker LAPCO Paintball

That's a Raptor->Spyder adapter from LAPCO...if they were the same thread, they wouldn't need to make that adapter, would they?
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Wowzers! I stand corrected.

Now I'm off to find a raptor to molest....
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Its a durango and the spyder threads seem to work fine. Thanks for the info guys.
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That's odd, I have a Point Zero Model 83, which is the same gun, and it definitely doesn't accept Spyder barrels. Strange... but I'm glad you got it figured out.
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